Category: Analog Circuit

  • Advancements in rectifier : A Brief History

    This post explores the advancements in rectifier AC/DC converters technology and its history. Learn about the latest innovations in power quality, efficiency, circuit design, component technology, control algorithms, and switching technologies such as GaN and SiC. Discover the evolution of rectifiers, from vacuum tube rectifiers to synchronous rectifiers, and their impact on the electrical grid and harsh environments. Get insights into the future of digital signal processing and its role in shaping the future of renewable energy

  • The Complete Guide to the Different Types of Rectifiers

    Rectifiers are devices used to convert AC voltage into DC or direct current. There are two main types of rectifiers. one is an uncontrolled rectifier and another is a controlled rectifier. Uncontrolled rectifier An uncontrolled rectifier is a type of rectifier circuit that does not use any external control elements to regulate the output voltage […]

  • Understanding Full Wave Rectification: How it Works and its Applications

    Understanding Full Wave Rectification: How it Works and its Applications

    Full wave Rectifier types, diode bridge and center tap transformer rectifier circuit , working and design. dual output supply design with bridge rectifier. comparison with half wave rectifier

  • snubber circuit design

    RC snubber circuit drawing with calculating snubber resistor and capacitor and analysis ringing signal parameters.

  • Half Wave Rectifiers

    Half wave rectifier diagram and design parameters, negative halfwave rectifier, rippler filtering with capacitor uses and disadvantages

  • RCD snubber circuit is used with SCR

    The snubber circuit is used in thyristor circuits to…An RC snubber protects an SCR against..Snubber Resistor and Capacitor can be determined by reading the snubber circuit design

  • SNUBBER

    what is snubber and where it used? A snubber is an electronic protection circuit, a snubber circuit is used for protection from malfunctioning of active components by high voltage “snubs” or surges in supply voltage. The snubber circuit is used in thyristor circuits for protecting the switching devices from false turn-on by surge voltage that […]